Unity’s partnership with Kin kicks off with a unique, collaborative Beta Partner Program to create a Kin Gaming SDK. Game developers will be invited to participate in the development process so we can create a customized gaming-specific SDK together. This enables Unity developers to integrate cryptocurrency into games from the beginning!
…whole reason I got into this space was because I wanted to help people, but some days I am worried. I’m worried about Black Mirror episodes in real life, replacing legacy systems with blockchain before we fully understand what we’re replacing, and building systems that only incentivize profit, addiction (like our current social platforms), or bad behaviors we can’t yet anticipate.
… users’ digital identities in the blockchain space, users must sign transactions with private keys. The tradeoff between security and design is longstanding: design is about creating the best possible experience for a user; security is about creating the worst possible experience for an attacker. We must balance the freedom of giving people complete control with the dangers of giving people complete control.
Bitcoin currently runs something like 3 transactions per second; Ethereum is processing 5 transactions per second. In comparison, Uber conducts 12 rides per second, Paypal — several hundreds, VISA — several thousands, whereas major stock exchanges process hundreds of thousands of transactions per second.
rth …about cryptocurrencies, you’ve probably heard of Bitcoin, the “granddaddy” of all cryptocurrencies. Turns out that if you had invested $100 in Bitcoin in July 2010, it would be worth over $5,000,000 today.
… … our lives. The fact that notifications are an unsustainable “hack” is becoming increasingly clear. The most effective mobile notifications are finance related, fear related, or have some degree of FOMO (fear of missing out) in them. As such, companies are playing games to get us to pay attention.
…any times punish the women by accidentally leaking the names of the women over private chat groups. Travis is well known to protect high performing team leaders no matter how abusive they are towards their employees. The HR team was known to be deftly afraid of Travis’s tendency to blame and ridicule the women and …